I recently was blessed by these words sent to me in an email story…
Expectation positions us to see miracles, big and small. It sharpens our vision and focuses our attention towards God. It liberates us from apprehension that blinds us to the majesty before us.
Instead of being shackled by fearing the worst, we’re free to recognize and receive what God is delighted to give.
What are your current expectations of God?
And how does He want to expand them? 😀
Graham Cooke, Shawn Bolz and Jonathan and Melissa Helser are doing an entire 3 day event this coming weekend on how to create a lifestyle of EXPECTATION in God! The event is sold out but you can click here to join the Livestream!
And beyond the event? Enjoy some brilliant perspectives…
Graham Cooke speaking to men… about building the church and seeking God’s kingdom …Powerful.
Watch short clip below…
If you’d like to watch the full video…
(skip through announcements to about 6:42 or even 9:40…)
Read the book: Permission Granted to Do Church Differently in the 21st Century
Graham Cooke brilliantly describes how “doing” church today must start with leaders who can model freedom.
Graham goes onto say that church revolves around 3 types of people:
- Enablers and
He skillfully describes if churches want to succeed, they must learn about each group and explains that if we have any hopes of accomplishing anything in church, we must understand each people group and learn how to lead them.
Graham warns that if we’re not careful, we will unconsciously make victims out the people we value most.
Visit: www.GrahamCooke.com for more.
Skip to start watching the video at 9:45…
(Source: Permission to Do Church Differently with Graham Cooke at Believer’s Edge from Believer’s Edge on Vimeo.)
Leave your thoughts below… 🙂
Can God trust us as the church today in order to anoint us?
We have 2 options…
(A Divine Confrontation by Graham Cooke)
Thoughts to Ponder:
Friendships led by the Holy Spirit lead to God’s power and anointing!
How are you investing in the relationships around you?
What is your motivation in investing in others? For yourself? For their own growth?
How are you allowing the Holy Spirit to lead in your relationships?